Stories about Orphan Outreach

The Little Shepherd.

You are such a quiet one, a hard working one. The story of your arrival at this place is kept tucked away, but there have been hints – hints...

This Doesn’t Have an Ending.

She walked into the room, her smile rivaling the vivid Central American sun outside. They said her name was Raquel. She was a shy 14-year old who loved to...

Waging War.

You stand so resolute in the dust and the smoke, your weary eyes watching every small movement of the trucks filled with refuse.  They back to the edge of...

Striking Likeness of Jesus.

“And they took knowledge of them, that they had been with Jesus.” ~Acts 4:13 A Christian should be a striking likeness of Jesus Christ. You have read lives of...

We Need to Fly.

God doesn’t come and go. God lasts. He’s Creator of all you can see or imagine. He doesn’t get tired out, doesn’t pause to catch His breath. And He...

Captain Amy & the Golden Eggs

What is it about the name Amy? I honestly don’t think I know a bad one. I’ve traveled to the other side of the world to serve the discarded...

The Power of Pie and Cobbler

There are some things that deserve to be repeated, over and over again, like a most favorite song. For me, one of those things has become Buttermilk Pie. Now,...

Want to Fly.

The spirit of every human is like a kite which rises by means of those very forces which seem to oppose its rise; the tie that joins it to...

This is Edgar.

His name is Edgar. He is our bus driver, charged with the daunting task of getting 23 people from here to there on a daily basis. Though we’ve only...

Hey Andre, I’m sorry.

I first met you in 2007. The room at Orphanage #2 was crowded and stuffy, and there were new shoes everywhere. You waited patiently as each child was seated...

Olga, the Transformer

Five years ago, the last Leningrad region orphanage was opened in the town of Kalozhitsy.  The selected building was dilapidated, but that didn’t stop the government from asking a...
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